Sources: T.O. complained to Romo
Terrell Owens' frustration with the Dallas Cowboys offense carried over from the field to the locker room Sunday. Owens, despite having 18 passes thrown his way in the loss to Washington, had what was deemed a serious conversation about the offense with quarterback Tony Romo after the game, according to multiple sources. The types of routes and throws are what concerns Owens, the sources said. The receiver, who the sources said was venting to Romo about his frustrations, has not liked how some of the throws were coming from the quarterback as far back as the season opener.
Ahhh, there's the Terrell Owens I've come to know and ridicule. Back in January, in the wake of Dallas's first-round playoff loss to the Giants, T.O. cried in a press conference about the "unfair" treatment of Tony Romo; now, a little over eight months later, I guess enough times has passed that we can start blaming Romes for stuff. Just like he went from loving life as a 49er to implying that Jeff Garcia was gay in a Playboy interview. Just like he went from calling Donovan McNabb his "boy" to throwing him under the bus and saying that he'd rather have Brett Favre throwing to him.
As a 'Skins fan, obviously, I can't wait to see how this plays out. In the "What's The First Thing T.O. Does After The Cowboys' Season Ends" Pool, I've got twenty bucks on "calls Romo a pussy and expresses his desire to become a New Orleans Saint." Anybody else want in on this?